Make Sure You Don't Pay More — Or Get Less — Spousal Support Than You Deserve

Alimony is not routinely awarded in North Carolina. Unlike a few decades ago when there was one breadwinner in the family, today's courts expect both spouses to work and be self-supporting after they split.

Spousal support may apply, however, if there is a large gap in earning power, or one spouse cannot maintain a similar standard of living because of age or health. The decision is ultimately up to a judge. At Billick Family Law, our role is to anticipate how a judge would rule, and either negotiate support as part of the divorce settlement or make a case in court for our client's position.

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Our divorce lawyer represents men and women in the Concord area, Cabarrus County and Stanly County in North Carolina. Contact attorney Amber Billick to discuss alimony and all related issues of divorce or separation.

Post-Separation Support And Alimony In North Carolina

A judge can order post-separation support if you are legally separating, or alimony if you are divorcing. The law favors rehabilitative support over permanent alimony — temporary support until recipient spouses can "get on their feet." Permanent alimony is rarely awarded, unless one spouse is a high earner and the other is disabled, elderly, uneducated or otherwise unable to earn a decent living.

Arrange a confidential consultation with our firm by calling our Concord law office at 704-490-4054 or contact us online today. We pride ourselves on honest answers, personal attention and effective legal advocacy.